A poverty advocacy group in Saint John is seeking input on how to make public transit more accessible to low-income residents, particularly the working poor and single parent families.
The study by Vibrant Communities comes on the heels of city council approving cuts to Saint John Transit.
But the Urban Transit Initiative has been in the works for months, said project co-ordinator Sara Stashick.
"We need to make sure that there's transportation available for all residents in our community, regardless of what our economic and financial status is," she said.
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